Ax 3 Domaines

 Ax 3 Domaines 

Ax 3 Domaines is a winter sports resort situated in the commune of Ax-les-Thermes, departement of Ariège, in France. Since 2001, the climb to the ski station has been used as a stage finish in the Tour de France. The climb is also known as Plateau de Bonascre and is short but fairly steep with almost 8% and just over 8 kilometers. The start is in the Spa town of Ax-les-Thermes. Ax (from Latin Aquae – water; French Thermes – hot springs), situated at an elevation of 700 metres (2,300 ft), is well known for its sulphurous hot springs (25 to 78 °C or 77 to 172 °F). The waters, which were used by the Romans, were historically claimed to treat rheumatism, skin diseases, and other maladies. The springs were developed in the medieval period on the orders of Saint Louis to treat soldiers returning from the Crusades afflicted with leprosy. From the 19th century, a spa tourism industry developed.


Region: Occitanie
City: Ax-les-Thermes

Distance: 8.63 km
Elevation Gain: 662 m
Elevation Loss: 0 m
Difficulty: 591 (Moderate)
FIETS Index: 5.08 FIETS
Avg Grade: 7.68 %
Max cat climb: 1
Min elevation: 715 m
Max elevation: 1377 m
Ride Category: Epic Climb

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